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FOX News
Mar 23, 2012 1:00pm EDT
't tell me as a hoosier in indiana that i have to do what they want in the beltway because it doesn't work. oooh, what's her secret? [ male announcer ] dawn hand renewal with olay beauty. improves the look and feel of hands in just five uses. [ sponge ] soft, smooth... fabulous! [ male announcer ] dawn do. [ sponge ] so it's not a chore. megyn: new reaction to the controversy over a college's decision to start scheduling classes on major religious holidays. last hour we told you how new york's stoneybrook university claims the change is meant to show respect for all faiths. the fallout reaching far beyond the school's campus. rush limbaugh says he seize his as just one of the issues fueling a growing sense that some american values are under attack. >> the silent majority are the people who get up and go to work, try to play by the rules, try to do everything right according to their morality and their sense of right and wrong and their ethics. my gut instinct about the silent majority is it's about to explode. it's about had enough. a lot of small incremental things have happened over 20-
FOX News
Mar 2, 2012 10:00am PST
. the danger zonrom ohio, indiana and illinois down to mississippi, alabama and georgia. now tpaoeusing the possibilityas and violent twisters. in parts of kentucky and alabama they were not taking any chances. schools there closed early. we have team coverage for you now. we'll go to janice dean in a moment who predicted this days ago. first to craig boswell who is under a tornado warning in the town of harrisburg, illinois where debris is all over the ground there from three days ago. >> reporter: good evening, megyn. under that tornado warning with the debris field and awful the wind kick up, just before you came to us moments ago a portion of the structure, the strip mall where we've been for the past day and a half blew away from parts of the steal beam structure here. that's reason why they want to keep people away from the area they are keeping volunteers out of the area another indication of why they are doing that. this is what they are trying to keep people away from, the nails sticking up from all of the wood, all of the debris from buildings from homes from the hundred-plus
FOX News
Mar 7, 2012 10:00am PST
example of growth over a relatively short period of time. check that out. wow. >>> from indiana we have the remarkable story of a mother's sacrifice. stephanie decker made a decision that almost cost her her life as she was trying to protect her children from a tornado last week. and in her first interview, she says she has no regrets. none. trace is here with more about this incredible woman. trace? >> reporter: this is a great story. 30-year-old stephanie decker actually went to pick up her kids early from school, they're 8 and 5 years old, because she knew the storm was coming, and she went right home. they went right to the basement. a window broke out, and the entire house started shifting. she then made a split second decision, she wrapped her kids in a blanket and put herself on top of them. listen. >> the pillars, the steel beams, the bricks, everything from the house was hitting me in the back. i remember having a steel beam fall right on my leg. dominic would say, mommy, i need you to save me. >> reporter: she knew at that point that her legs were bleeding very badly, but she
FOX News
Mar 13, 2012 1:00pm EDT
department is doing this systematically, the supreme court has already upheld voter i.d. laws in indiana, yet the doj has already gone after south carolina, and now texas, saying you can't have them, it may be nine indiana, you not so much. let me start with you, mr. bolt, what do you make of the tactic the doj is pursuing and are they on to something lengthit mat that we need to protect minorities at the poll? >> no, this is an attempt by eric holder to use this as an instrument in politics in the last election, and it started in the last election when of course after that he defended the black panther party for voter intimidation and what they were doing there, that was intimidating poll watchers, and these identification cards are another form of poll watching. they are a verification that the person was voting, should be voting, that was an intent of the voting rights act, of course. and by striking a side, first by intimidating poll watchers and by making it almost impossible to determine whether somebody is or is not entitled to vote they're really trying to maximize what they perceive
FOX News
Mar 12, 2012 10:00am PDT
authority because the texas voter id law is based on an indiana law which was upheld by the supreme court. it was back in 2009, 6-3 decision. john paul stevens wrote that one with. megyn? megyn: the most liberal member of the high court at the time. gregg, thank you. well, joining me now for more on this, julian epstein, you know who these guys are -- they were just with us. jay allen seculo as well. this is right in your wheelhouse, we thought we'd hold you over since we can't think of two guys we'd like to hear more on this. the supreme court upheld voter id laws in indiana, but now the doj has challenged those laws in south carolina and, now, texas. jay, why, why -- no, let me start with julian. why is the doj doing this? >> let him defend, okay. >> yeah, okay, fine. [laughter] i think for two reasons. one is voter impersonation is a problem that just doesn't exist in this country. it's been studied in the kansas, ohio, all around the country. the advocates of voter identification laws have never put forward any evidence that voter impersonation occurs on any substantial scale whatsoev
FOX News
Mar 14, 2012 1:00pm EDT
that are based on the indiana voter i.d. law will be found constitutional by the supreme court. what the justice department is using is section 5 of the voting rights act which gives them -- gives them the authority to prescreen any move in the voter voting laws in states that fall under their jurisdiction. megyn: they have a history of discrimination. >> many of these states have made tremendous progress in voting rights laws and practices. megyn: our viewers are familiar with that. what's new today is this appeal about it naacp to go to the u.n. human rights council. you know a thing or two about this body. are they in any position to be passing judgment on these states in america whether photo i.d. requirements are a violation of human rights? >> no, it's ridiculous on its face. but some of these groups have been to this body before because they know there are many actors within the mission that would like to embarrass the united states, and so it's disheartening that these american organizations, ng tos, would take this case to this body, this council just for the purpose of embarrassing the
FOX News
Mar 19, 2012 1:00pm EDT
and this should be up to the states. this should not be federally mandated. my governor mitch daniels from indiana will do something different than governor christie. this is forced upon americans. this is not england, this is not europe and we should not have healthcare forced upon us. martha: we raised the question before we went to the break. what happens if some of it gets shot down, for instance if the mandate is shot down. how should people look at this? >> i want to say we are proud of the american people. i think americans have caught on to how to analyze something this complicated. it's strung together needle and thread with that individual mandate. it's putting everything together. they know, they understand that the individual mandate will get people who don't need insurance to have to buy insurance and that's how they hopefully can pay for the whole thing. but if you take away the individual mandate for being unconstitutional because nobody believes a government should be able to mandate insurance. they can decide a particular group needs a vaccine and this group is vulnerable and i ha
FOX News
Mar 28, 2012 1:00pm EDT
, connecticut, oregon, michigan and indiana. some of those are important in terms of the electoral college. chris stirewalt and stu varney join me. thank you very much for being here. stu, strategic oil reserves? >> first thing this morning the french energy minister announced the french have begun talks, discussions about releasing oil from their strategic reserve with america. 10 days ago america discussed with britain about releasing strategic oil reserves. it looks like there could be a coordinated effort to increase quickly the amount of oil on the market. so far it has worked. the price of oil just the whisper of releasing the supply from the reserve, the price of oil is down $2 a barrel, about $2.50 as we speak. megyn: i thought it wasn't a supply problem. >> reporter: it's a refining problem as well as a long-term supply problem. you get a mine year short-term reaction and the president can then turn round if he releases oil from the reserve can he can say i'm doing something and it worked. i'm on it. megyn: doing something is what it appears to be about. those polls suggest the am
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